kids these days are so spoiled
when i was your age we had an animated disney castle intro
and we had to walk uphill both ways to see it
Barefoot, in the snow
Running away from velociraptors
AND WE WERE THANKFUL.
the ceo of abercrombie and fitch has a lot of nerve saying that ugly people shouldn’t wear his clothes when he looks like an albino orc from the lord of the rings
Now is the time to reblog this.
I’ve been awaiting this picture.
Save this to your phones or computer and post it on other websites like twitter too!
Why would you NOT reblog this?
((Finally. Progress. I love you Germany))
THIS IS FREAKING GREAT
NOTE ON THE “Finally. Progress. I love you Germany”-thing.
That book is from the 80s ^_- !
If you’re not going to comic con clap your hands.
If you live no where near it clap your hands.
if your favorite cast is showing and you’re dying ‘cause you’re not going.
then go ahead and cry and clap your hands.
In 1999 we released The Sirens of Time as our first audio production connected to Doctor Who. As we moved into 2000, the range grew. Read on for some quotes and offers relating to that second year…
Big Finish’s Doctor Who at 15 - Day 2
To mark the second day of our celebration, we’re making the downloads of six early Doctor Who Big Finish adventures available, each for £1. For Peter Davison’s Fifth Doctor there’sSpare Parts and Land of the Dead, for Colin Baker’s Sixth Doctor there’s Jubilee, The Holy Terror and The Apocalypse Element and for Sylvester McCoy’s Seventh Doctor there’s Dust Breeding.
The writer of a couple of these titles - Rob Shearman - came in last week to do a Podcast about his Big Finish time - click here to listen absolutely free, and perhaps enter the competition…
Lastly for today, we’ve dipped into a few of the full-price monthly range and for £5 on CD or Download are offering: The Fifth Doctor’s The Game, The Sixth Doctor’s Medicinal Purposesand the Seventh Doctor’s Unregenerate!
These special offers end in 24 hours, at which point we’ll see you for Day 3…
One of my favourite parts about Caerdroia is the fact that the Kro’ka is all the people they meet on that world, meaning that somewhere Kro’ka must have been sitting by himself and plotting, being all ~villainously pleased at the opportunity to irritate the Doctor by pretending to be a series of pedantic Welshmen.
Like, what even, Kro’ka, you ridiculous entity.
it should not be the norm to come out of an episode and saying ‘i didn’t understand anything but someone will hopefully explain it to me :D’
it should not take multiple rewatches to understand an episode
doctor who should not get a free pass at not making sense because it’s doctor who, or because it involves time travel
this happened after the 50th too, moffat stans admitting they didn’t actually understand everything but how that’s just how doctor who is so it’s ok- when it shouldn’t be?
the general audience do not rewatch episodes or discuss plots online and they should be able to come out without not understanding what they’ve just watched, or people feeling bad for not being able to comprehend incredibly complicated but barely explained plots
This made me cry I don’t knkw what to do
Thank you. I feel free.
Some people honestly need this and I hope they find it.
do you ever have a plan for the day and suddenly it’s 4pm and you’ve achieved literally nothing
I believe Douglas Adams and John Lloyd came up with a word for this feeling.